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Second Prize Powerball Lottery Ticket Worth $1M Sold in Berkeley Heights

A second place Powerball ticket worth $1 million was sold at Country Farms, 378 Springfield Ave., Berkeley Heights. The drawing was held on July 12. Credits: Deborah Ann Tripoldi/photographer

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Check the numbers on your Powerball ticket for the July 12 drawing. If you bought it in Berkeley Heights,  you just might be holding a ticket worth $1 million.

The second place ticket was sold at Country Farms, 378 Springfield Ave., according to lottery officials. The winning numbers on the five white balls were: 01, 02, 18, 23 and 61. The red Powerball number was 9 and the multiplier was 02. 

No one won the top prize in the drawing, so the next Powerball drawing for a $172 million jackpot will be held on Saturday, July 15 at 10:59 p.m.

A ticket that matched four of the white balls and the Powerball was sold at World News & Tobacco, 139 North Delsea Drive, Vineland, Cumberland County. That was the third prize winner with a $50,000 prize.

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